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Since early March, our newsroom has received more than 3,300 pandemic-related questions. To date, we have personally answered more than 2,900 of those questions.
It wasn’t the first time Trump has tweeted something vile, but for the first time, Twitter did something about it.
“This is about helping young people navigate what has always been a tricky industry to break into and that now faces unprecedented new challenges.”
Once we announced we would host in place instead of in person, registrations shot through the roof; we ended up with just under 750 registrations by the time the conference began. Typically, the summit attracts 150 to 175 people.
A new Pew Research Center report found Americans’ views of the media’s coronavirus performance differ substantially depending on which sources they rely on most for news about the pandemic.
The older you are, the more dangerous COVID-19 is. Next Avenue, a news site aimed at “America’s booming older population,” is changing the way it serves its readers — who may have to continue to isolate themselves even if the rest of the U.S. opens up.
Plus: Conspiracy theories on TikTok, and “over one-quarter of the most viewed YouTube videos on COVID-19 contained misleading information.”